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March 26, 2022

The nuclear family model may no longer be the norm in the US, but it's still the basis for social and economic benefits like health care, tax breaks and citizenship. Lawyer and LBGTQIA advocate Diana Adams believes that all families, regardless of biological relationship or legal marriage, are deserving of equal legal rights and recognition. They present a vision for how US laws can benefit all families - from same-sex bonds to multi-parent partnerships - and explain how a more inclusive definition of family could strengthen your relationships and community.

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